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Before Saturday night’s game, the Orioles will celebrate Camden Yards and honor the 1992 team that opened the stadium 25 years ago in April with a 2-0 victory against the Cleveland Indians.
On Friday, many of the key players on that squad, including starting pitcher Rick Sutcliffe (who threw a complete-game shutout), Hall-of-Famer Cal Ripken Jr., and current Orioles’ vice president Brady Anderson participated in a news conference with reporters.
Mike Mussina, one of the greatest pitchers in Orioles history, attended, and so did first baseman Glenn Davis, one of the franchise’s most infamous players thanks to an injury-riddled tenure here after being dealt for three future All-Stars in the franchise’s worst trade.
Here’s a look – literally, a look. I took some snapshots of most the players during Friday’s interviews so you could see what these guys look like now – at Friday’s conference, with a quote from most of those who participated.
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